The proposed project turns to landscape to activate space, creating new pathways and lines of view, focusing primarily on directing the occupant toward a southern drop.
The structure itself takes cue from the splitting paths and interweaves itself around the pre-existent treescape to create a boomerang-like form that becomes both discrete (from the eastern approach) and evident (from the western approach). This nesting appproach provides occupants with a courtyard doubling as an external auditorium space while simultaneously dividing the structure itself into two program-oriented buildings (teaching and studying). The split buildings become a unified object through their point of touch where the teaching structure settles itself atop the library directing its view towards the field. The interiors of the space aim to direct the user through ricocheting and funneling; where spaces seem to push you through to reach final viewpoints.